• Share on Facebook
  • Share on Twitter
  • Share via Email
Mayor Challenges Staff, Public to #GiveADayKnox 
In May 2017, Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett challenged residents to show their volunteer spirit during Give A Day Knoxville, from Sept. 2 to 8, by giving their time to a local charity, donating money or doing a kind deed. 

Mayor Rogero pitched in with the CAC Office on Aging's Mobile Meals program, which provides hot, nutritious lunches for homebound senior citizens in our community. 

CAC Judith Pelot
With the car loaded with hot meals, Mayor Rogero pauses to thank Mobile Meals director Judith Pelot for her work helping feed approximately 850 seniors per day. 

Mobile Meals coolers

Mobile Meals Mayor Rogero visits
It's not every day you open your door to find the Mayor on your porch! Mabel Buckner welcomes Mayor Rogero into her home. 

Mobile Meals recipient

Give A Day Knoxville, organized by Volunteer East Tennessee, kicks off the United Way of Greater Knoxville's annual giving campaign. 

City employees volunteer for Mobile Meals
City of Knoxville employees get ready to deliver Mobile Meals. 

Volunteer East Tennessee connects volunteers with volunteer opportunities all year long. To find ways you can pitch in, visit https://www.volunteeretn.org

To learn more about Mobile Meals and how you can help, visit http://www.knoxseniors.org/mobile/ or call 865-524-2786. 

Mobile Meals recipient with Mayor Rogero

Eula Engle accepts a Mobile Meal from Mayor Rogero. 

Posted by ptravis On 11 September, 2017 at 10:44 AM